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Offline detection of change-points in the mean for stationary graph signals

  title={Offline detection of change-points in the mean for stationary graph signals},
  author={Alejandro de la Concha and Nicolas Vayatis and Argyris Kalogeratos},
This paper addresses the problem of segmenting a stream of graph signals: we aim to detect changes in the mean of the multivariate signal defined over the nodes of a known graph. We propose an offline algorithm that relies on the concept of graph signal stationarity and allows the convenient translation of the problem from the original vertex domain to the spectral domain (Graph Fourier Transform), where it is much easier to solve. Although the obtained spectral representation is sparse in real… 

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